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AMD hack due to some of its passwords being just

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An extortion group known as RansomHouse claims to have more than 450Gb of hacked data from AMD. What’s surprising about this latest hack is that the group appears to have acquired this data thanks to AMD using rediculously simple passwords to protect its network from intrusion. 

Apparently, at least some of the passwords used were no more complex than ‘password.’ Yeah, your read that right. It’s 2022 and major corporations are still using ‘password’ for sensitive information. I’m guessing ‘123456’ was one of them, considering some of the startlingly dumb passwords (opens in new tab) corpos have been caught using recently.

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